Update April 4, 2016 from the editor:
Fact: In no way shape or form does this article or has this article ever claimed that this object is planet X for sure; hence the question-mark in the title and the closing line which reads:
“Although we can’t say for sure that this is Nibiru, it sure does match all descriptions.”
Other accusations, received via email, claim that nothing has changed on Google sky, although anyone with any sort of knowledge knows that Google Sky is manipulated often and can change daily.
If anyone has a problem or issue you are welcome to comment publicly below for all the world to see. As of now I don’t have the time to launch another independent investigation into all the changes made by Google Sky over the past year or so, however in the future I am planning to do a follow up report on this very matter. Moreover, I am also not going to blindly retract this article as requested by only one person out of the many people who have read the post in aggregate. With that being said, you are free to comment with your findings — the comment section is open.
OUTER SPACE (INTELLIHUB) — For years it has been speculated by conspiracy theorists and some astronomers that Google Sky had been censoring what’s known as Planet X or Nibiru from the general public’s view online.
Now, shockingly, a massive swath of Google Sky that had been previously blacked out and censored has been made visible by Google for your viewing pleasure. The image below shows the system as censored by Google for years.
As of now it’s currently unknown why Google unrestricted access to [what may be] the planetary system which was the focus of the late Zecharia Sitchin who wrote numerous publications on the planet Nibiru.
In the image below, shot in 2015, you can clearly see the ‘winged disk’ as described by Sitchin and others. It’s almost uncanny.
The system is currently located at:
Although we can’t say for sure that this is Nibiru, it sure does match all descriptions.
To learn more read Planet X for dummies.
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